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BTE showcases Thwaites


BTE Plant Sales was showing a different make of dumper to that seen on its stand in the past. To highlight the fact that it switched brands to Thwaites during 2015, a 1-tonne Hi-Tip model was displayed.


2015 saw BTE celebrating its 25th anniversary. The Thwaites brand has joined a strong line-up that includes Atlas Copco, Bomag, Kubota and Manitou. Sales Director Jon Barnfield is pictured, right, along with other BTE personnel who look pleased to now be selling Thwaites machines.


01530 242782 www.bteplantsales.com


Dormer deal for A&Y


Visitors to the A&Y Equipment stand were able to see the latest livery and branding on the Yanmar range of compact excavators. A&Y is the UK and Ireland importer for Yanmar construction equipment and, amongst the deals concluded at the Show, was one with Dormer Plant Hire of Redditch. Dormer is adding to its Yanmar fleet with the addition of two SV08 micros, together with two ViO17s and two ViO33s, both zero tail swing minis weighing 1765kg and 3365kg respectively. A&Y also displayed cabbed Yanmar machines sporting design changes


introduced last year, the main alteration being a colour change from green to black. They also now have black ram guards instead of yellow. Amongst the Ammann compactors creating interest was the latest addition to the Rammax trench roller range. This 1575 model provides an articulated alternative to the traditional rigid frame, skid steer Rammax designs. The infrared remote-controlled machine can have rolling widths of 640mm or 850mm and is powered by a 15.1kW Yanmar diesel engine.


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